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Ferdinand Haug Family History powerpoint

  1. 1. Ferdinand Haug *1818-83 - Social theorist Karl Marx revolutionizes Socialism *1830 - Revolts in Hesse, Brunswick, and Saxony dethroned kings and create new liberal constitutions. *1839 - Treaty of London. Britain, Prussia and other powers guarantee the neutrality of Belgium; Germany violated it in 1914, so Britain declared war.[13] Born: 6 April 1836 Baden-Wurttemberg Germany
  2. 2. In 1840, at the age of 4, Ferdinand arrived into the United States. "From the Old to the New World" shows German emigrants boarding a steamer in Hamburg, to New York. Harper's Weekly, (New York) November 7, 1874 Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Luther, Oklahoma, Oklahoma; Roll: T624_1265; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 0196; FHL microfilm: 1375278.
  3. 3. Ferdinand Haug fought in the Civil War on the Union side. Ferdinand was in Company B, Regiment 40, in the Ohio Infantry. Over 300,000 Ohioans served in the Civil War, the third largest number of soldiers of any Union state. "United States, Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, 1907-1933," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K645-6YM : accessed 23 Mar 2013), Ferdinand Haug, 1907-1933.
  4. 4. Kennesaw Georgia Mountain Battle Ferdinand was in the Kennesaw GA Mountain Battle and was captured as a prisoner of war on June 20 1864. He was held at Andersonville and survived, (whew!) This was called the Morgan's Raid into Kentucky which lasted from MaySeptember of 1864. This was a Confederate victory.  Haug,Ferdinand-En. September 17th,1861. Captured, Kenesaw,Ga., June 21st, 1864. Miltonvale,Kan. http://members.tripod.com/~LAS_G en/CompanyB.html
  5. 5. Ferdinand and his wife, Mary Emily Swearingen in 1880 were farmers living in Oakland, Cloud, Kansas. Ferdinand was 41 and Emily was 37. They had 6 boys, William 12, Charles 10, Amos 8, Bailey 6, Harley 3, and Ober 1. Cloud county was originally named "Shirley" county, but was later renamed "Cloud" county in honor of Colonel William F. Cloud.[3] Cloud County was formed from the existing Washington County, Kansas in a joint convention with Republic and Cloud counties. The county was legally organized on September 6, 1866 with Elk Creek designated as the temporary county seat.[4] In 1887, Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway built a branch line from Neva (3 miles west of Strong City) to Superior, Nebraska http://www.kansasmemory.org/item/227380 (Kansas Historical Society)
  6. 6. Luther and his wife, Emily, and now 7 sons, moved to Oklahoma as Oklahoma was opening up for settlers., Most of Oklahoma was set aside as Indian Territory before the Civil War. It was opened for general settlement around 1890—the "Sooners" were settlers who jumped the gun. Statehood came to the poor ranching and farming state in Oklahoma, but soon oil was discovered and new wealth poured in. Ancestry.com.. Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2009. The Oklahoma Land Rush | PopScreen www.popscreen.com - 666 × 360 - Search by image
  7. 7.  In 1910 Ferdinand, 71, and Emily, 67, are shown with an adopted daughter, Rachel Williams Haug who in 1910 is 22 years old.
  8. 8. Ferdinand died 15 Oct 1914 in Luther, Canadian, Oklahoma, USA. He is buried in the Luther Cemetery in Luther Oklahoma